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DANIEL SHIELDS (1741-1833) & MARY (--?--) SHIELDS (????-aft. 1809) DESCENDANTS
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SHIELDS


Gathering of Momentos & Data:
Family and Lineage of Daniel Shields & Wife, Mary ???
from Ireland
to
Hamilton County, Ohio
to
Butler County, Ohio
to
Preble County, Ohio
to
Darke County, Ohio
and
Beyond


Web Page
by:
Audrey (Shields) Hancock



Disclaimer:
Information presented on this website and family sites are based upon facts and information available at this time from sources as cited. Much is still lacking validation in many areas. Some conclusions are made based upon preponderance of evidence. Perhaps in time other information will be discovered to prove some statements as incorrect. Sources used may include primary records, secondary records, and others' research: birth records, death records, burial records, marriage records, court records, census records, obituaries, Bible records, research and information from others. Know that even the primary records have errors as many times the informer was another who gave incorrect data...very evident in death records, obituaries and census records. Spelling by clerks/recorders and penmanship left much to be desired. Many of our ancestors were illiterate or spoke with their foreign accent or brogue making an even more difficult task for the clerks/recorders. Many spellings were based upon phonetics and what the individual clerks/recorders heard and surmised. Many records were lost in courthouse fires and floods. ASH



  These webpages are dedicated to my father,  
Dale Caleb Shields,
who was very proud of his Irish ancestry.



Knowing where you came from
goes a long way toward
explaining who you are!




PORTRAIT ON A WALL

Sometime, when I have become a quiet portrait on the wall,
Will you, my fair descendant, stop to think of me at all?

Suppose your hands are shaped like mine and you have my keen sense of fun.  
Will there be one to tell you so.....then.....when my days are done?

If you love books and fires and songs, and silver moons in velvet skies,
Toss me a look of shared delight from those, my own dark eyes.

For there are kinships in a curl and namesakes in a spoken name;
The wine of life may yet be poured by faded hands within a frame.

Author unknown


Raymond Dale Shields & Sarah Margaret Creager
Parents of Dale Caleb Shields and Others





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OUR FAMILY
HANCOCK & SHIELDS
&
Interrelated Families
plus Miscellaneous Gatherings

by
Audrey8 (Lehmann+Shields) Hancock
(Dale7, Raymond6, Caleb5, Patrick4, Isaac M.3, Patrick2, Daniel1 Shields)



If you have contributions, please contact Audrey.
Looking for gravestone pictures, cemetery inscriptions, family pictures, simple lineages, news articles, biographies, documents, etc.



  SHIELDS/SHEILDS Y-DNA PROJECT
including
Sheals, Sheil, Sheild, Sheill, Sheils, Shiel, Shield, Shiell, Shiels, McShields, O'Shields & O'Shiels

Check out:
RESULTS & CHARTS
showing each participant's family history as known by the researcher.





Miscellaneous Surnames with DANIEL SHIELDS Connections and SHIELDS A-Z LINKS
TO
COLLECTION
of
PICTURES, FAMILY PHOTOS, DOCUMENTS, GRAVESTONES, etc.
ITEMS ADDED WHEN RECEIVED

Shared by others.
DANIEL SHIELDS DESCENDANTS: Various Surnames under MISCELLANEOUS
SHIELDS SURNAME LISTING BY GIVEN NAMES

Click on the alphabet letter to get to the listing of each name:
A = Adam, Alice, Amelia, and the like.
B = Benjamin, Bonnie, and the like.
etc.

DANIEL1SHIELDS FAMILY CONNECTIONS


A-Z LISTING of SHIELDS DESCENDANTS by their GIVEN NAMES


A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

X

Y

Z



SHIELDS Descendants with Surnames Other than SHIELDS



Quick References


SHIELDS:
Coat of Arms:
FACTS




TIMELINE
of
IRISH HISTORY
through
SHIELDS
FAMILY
EXODUS
and
FINAL
SETTLEMENT
in OHIO




BIOGRAPHY:
Daniel1
Shields

and
wife,
Mary [--?--],

our
Irish
Immigrant
Ancestors








BIOGRAPHY:
Daniel2
Shields, Jr.

(UNKNOWN)
said to
have been
LOST

s/o
Daniel
Shields
and
wife Mary

BIOGRAPHY:
Samuel2
Shields

(UNKNOWN)
said to
have been
LOST

s/o
Daniel
Shields
and
wife Mary

BIOGRAPHY:
John2
Shields

(UNKNOWN)
said to
have been
LOST

s/o
Daniel
Shields
and
wife Mary

BIOGRAPHY:
Isaac2
Shields

s/o
Daniel
Shields
and
wife Mary

BIOGRAPHY:
James2
Shields

s/o
Daniel
Shields
and
wife Mary

BIOGRAPHY:
Mary2
Shields

dau/o
Daniel
Shields
and
wife Mary
and
wife of
John
Sinkey, Sr.

BIOGRAPHY:
Patrick2
Shields

s/o
Daniel
Shields
and
wife Mary



BIOGRAPHY:
7 SINKEY-SHIELDS
CHILDREN3

of
John
Sinkey
and
Mary2
Shields

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Isaac
Shields
s/o
Patrick
Shields
and
(1) Mary
Fogle
BIOGRAPHY:
William H.3
Shields

s/o
Patrick
Shields
and
(1) Mary
Fogle

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BIOGRAPHY:
Mariah3
Shields
,
dau/o
Patrick
Shields
and
(2) Selina
Freeman

BIOGRAPHY:
Nelson
Donnellan3
Shields
,
s/o
Patrick
Shields
and
(2) Selina
Freeman

BIOGRAPHY:
James3
Shields
,
s/o
Patrick
Shields
and
(2) Selina
Freeman

BIOGRAPHY:
Jacob R. 3
Shields
,
s/o
Patrick
Shields
and
(2) Selina
Freeman

BIOGRAPHY:
Joseph M.3
Shields
,

s/o
Patrick
Shields
and
(2) Selina
Freeman

BIOGRAPHY:
Benjamin
Franklin3
Shields
,

s/o
Patrick
Shields
and
(2) Selina
Freeman

BIOGRAPHY:
Beniriah3
Shields

(aka Wm. V. Shields)
(aka Wm. B. Shields)
s/o
Patrick
Shields
and
(2) Selina
Freeman



BIOGRAPHY:
Ann
Elizabeth3
Shields
,
dau/o
Patrick
Shields
and
(2) Selina
Freeman

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BIOGRAPHY:
Patrick S.4
Shields

s/o
Isaac3
Shields
and
Elizabeth
Rust

BIOGRAPHY:
George4
Shields

s/o
Isaac3
Shields
and
Elizabeth
Rust

BIOGRAPHY:
Isaac M.4
Shields

s/o
Isaac3
Shields
and
Elizabeth
Rust

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Caleb5
Shields

s/o Patrick4 Shields
and
Mary Jane
Brown

William L.5
Shields

s/o Patrick4

xxxxx

xxxxx

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George
Shields
s/o
Isaac
Shields
and
Elizabeth
Rust


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Edith Iola6
(Shields)
Patterson

dau/o Caleb5Shields

Ethel Estella6
(Shields)
Cromwell

dau/o Caleb5Shields

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BIOGRAPHY:
Raymond Dale6
Shields

s/o Caleb5 Shields

Raymond's6
and
Sarah's
Family
Gallery #1

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Biography:
John
Arthur
SHIELDS

of
Unknown
SHIELDS
connection

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1908
REUNION SKETCH
and
1909 LETTER

by
James F.
Shields

SHIELDS
REUNIONS
and
GATHERINGS

HELP:
UNKNOWN
STRANGERS
IN A
BOX


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SHIELDS
HOMESTEADS
of
Darke Co.
OH


SHIELDS
Auctioneers
of
Darke Co.
and
Preble Co.,
Ohio


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MAP:
Delisle,
Van Buren
Township,
Darke Co.,
Ohio


MAP:
Sampson,
Neave
Township,
Darke Co.,
Ohio


Arcanum
Wayne
Trail
Historical
Society


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ABBOTTSVILLE
CEMETERY

Darke Co., OH

Gravestones
of
SHIELDS
&
Descendants

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Descendants of Daniel Shields of Cork, Ireland
by
Erin Lynn8
(aka Aralyn)
(Young)
Block
,
(Claudia Jean7 (Dippold) Young,
Marcidus6 (Shields) Dippold,
Jesse Raymond5,
George James4,
George William3,
Patrick2,
Daniel1 Shields)

Daniel Shields Family GEDCOM
by
Daniel Alexander7 Harris

(Lorraine J.6 (Shields) Harris,
Emory Earl5,
George James4,
George William 3,
Patrick2,
Daniel1 Shields)

COOK-HALL
HOLTRY
KUHNS
MILLER
SHEPHERD
TIMBERMAN
ZIMMERMAN
GEDCOM

See: SHIELDS
by
Nel Hatcher
Descendant of James2 Shields & Christiana Cook

Ancestors of Fred LaFountain
by
Janice LaFountain

Fred7 LaFountain,
Elsie6 (Crisler) LaFountain
Susan C.5 (Childers) Chrisler
Henry Van4 Childers
Catherine3 (Shields) Childers
Isaac2 Shields
Daniel1 Shields

My Genealogy
Homepage

by
Cynthia Faye8Garbig)
Williamson

Robert Lee7 Garbig, Sr.
Jacob Russell6 Garbig
Mary Alice5 (Shields) Garbig
Patrick4 Shields
Isaac M.3 Shields
Patrick2 Shields
Daniel1 Shields

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Leroy Creager7 Shields
s/o Raymond6

Dale Caleb7 Shields
s/o Raymond6

BIOGRAPHY:
Mary Imo7 (Shields)
Sullenberger

dau/o Raymond D.
Shields
&
Sarah M.
Creager

Gladys Lahoma7 (Shields) Roegner
dau/o Raymond6

Arva Earl7 Shields
s/o Raymond6

Leda Rea7 (Shields) McKinley-Schlosser
dau/o Raymond6

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BIOGRAPHY:
Mary Sandra
Iris Barbara8
(Shields) Mast

dau/o Dale7 Shields
and
Rita Lehmann
Wife of:
Leroy Joseph Mast

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Genealogy Data for the SHIELDS Surname

Selected History of the Shields Family
by Dr. Martin L. Skubinna, Ph.D.

Long-dead James J. Shields faces GOP in new tussle

Daniel Shields of County Antrim, Ireland

Hon. James Shields
of
Butler Co., OH


Daniel Shields
Battle of Boyne
1690


ANOTHER
Daniel Shields
of
County Antrim, Ireland
and his
descendants
in
America
by
Robert J. Shields

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Cincinnati
and
Hamilton Co.,
Ohio
Genealogy


Hamilton
County
Ohio


OHIO
USGenWeb

Genealogy
Trails
Hamilton
County,
Ohio


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Butler Co.,
Ohio
Genealogy
and
History


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Preble Co., OH
Genealogy


List
of
Preble Co., OH
Sources


Early
Preble Co.,
Ohio
Marriages
1808-1840


Preble County, Ohio

Preble Co., OH
Historical
Society


Cyndi's List
Preble Co., OH


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Darke Co., OH Genealogical Researchers

Darke County, Ohio Genealogy

Darke County, Ohio Cemetery Project

Darke County, Ohio Burials

How They Got to Darke Co., Ohio

Van Buren Twp.,
Darke Co., Ohio

SHIELDS ROAD


The Darke Co., OH Genealogical Society, Inc.

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Cyndi's List
Darke Co., OH


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Miami Co.,
Ohio
Genealogy
and
History


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Fun Stuff for Genealogist Plus

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
from Atlases, History Books, etc.


1875
Atlas
of
Darke Co.
Ohio
Patrick
Shields









1880
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
William
Nealeigh


1880
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
Isaac M.
Shields


1880
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
Patrick
[S.]
Shields



1880
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
Alfred
Townsend





1900
Biographical
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
Abraham
Shields


1900
Biographical
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
HARTZELL:
Elmer
Shields


1900
Biographical
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
George
Shields


1900
Biographical
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
McGRIFF:
Margaret
(Shields
Braddock


1900
Biographical
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
HARTLE:
Maria
(Shields)
Martin


1900
Biographical
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
MARKER:
Mary
Jane
(Shields) Marker



1900
Biographical
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
SEARL:
Preston
Shields


1900
Biographical
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
William
Shields


1900
Biographical
History
of
Darke Co.,
Ohio
COPPESS:
William
Beniriah
Shields








1919
Memoirs
of the
Ohio
Valley
Robert K.
Coddington
, g-gs/o
John
Sinkey
and
Mary
Shields













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UNITED STATES & IRISH RESEARCH
Quick References


Resources containing Daniel Shields or Related Information



Boyd, Gregory A., Family Maps of Darke County, Ohio: Land Patent Maps, etc., 208 pages, with 65 total maps. There are 3 maps for each of the 20 Congressional townships that make up Darke County. Each township has a Patent Map, Patent Index, Road Map, and a historical type map, which includes Waterways, Watercourses & Railroads.

The reprint "1881 History of Preble County, Ohio" is available.
Send a check or money order for $75.23 which includes shipping to:
Preble County Historical Society
7693 Swartsel Road
Eaton, OH 45320
They are planning to republish the 1992 edition of PREBLE COUNTY, OH next year. If you are interested, ask to be put on their list to be notified when it is published.

HISTORY OF PREBLE COUNTY, Ohio with Illustrations & Biographical Sketches (reprinted without the History of Ohio section). 337p.
(H.Z. Williams & Bro.; 1881) 1997.
Available from: Higginson Books

BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF PREBLE COUNTY (reprinted without "Compendium of National Biography.") 351p.
(Lewis Pub. Co.; 1900) 1997.
Available from: Higginson Books

CHALKLEY, Lyman, "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia." Southern Historical Press has the three volume set which are volumes of extracted court records, mainly Irish (but not exclusively), of Augusta County, VA for the years 1745-1800. This set is also available online through www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley .


RESEARCHING
in
IRELAND:
INFORMATION

Forty Shades of Green

Global Gazette Articles
Ireland
&
Northern Ireland
Genealogy & History


Northern Ireland
Research


Highland
Clearances

Scotch-Irish
Presbyterians
From
Ulster
to
Rockbridge

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The
History
of
St. Patrick's
Day

The
History
of
St. Patrick's
Day

How to
Celebrate
St. Patrick's
Day

Chasing
Our
Tales,
The
Scots-Irish
Tale
or
Do You
Think You
are
Kin
to
Andy Jackson

Ireland
Genealogy

Historical
Timeline
for
Scottish
Genealogy

Emerald
Ancestors

U.K.
&
Ireland
Genealogy
Records
Online

Irish
Family
History
Foundation
Website

xxxxx

Irish
Roots

Ulster
Ancestry

xxxxx

Ireland
Genealogy
-
Tracing
Your
Irish
Family
Tree

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  • Items to Search:
    a) Hearth Money Rolls of 1669
    b) 1740 list of Protestant householders of Co. Antrim LDS film # 0993548 and 0100173 items 1 and 2 and 0100240.
    c) Religious Census of 1766, LDS film #0993548
    d) Religious Returns 1775 and the Flax Growers Bounty List 1796. LDS film #0993548
    e) Tithe books of 1830
    f) Griffith's valuation of 1860

  • Anonymous Author, "Irish and Scotch Early Settlers of Pennsylvania" written by a descendant, 1856, M.Kieffer & Co., Chambersburg

  • Bolton, Charles Bolton, "Scotch Irish Pioneers in Ulster and America"

  • Charitable Irish Society

  • Roulston, William, "Researching Scots-Irish Ancestors, The Essential Genealogical Guide to Early Modern Ulster, 1600-1800," Ulster Historical Foundation & Ulster-Scots
    Available at: http://globalgenealogy.com/countries/ireland/resources/080026.htm; http://www.ancestryireland.com and http://www.booksireland.org.uk too.
    Organized by type of record and has a general section; covers the personal name index at PRONI (available at LDS); includes Church of Ireland, Presbyterian Church, Succession, Non-Subscribing, Reformed Presbyterians and Methodists, Moravians, Quakers, Huguenots, and the Catholic Church. Chapters relate to 17th & 18th, etc. century; appendix includes estate collections that are pre-1800 organized by county; PRONI reference numbers (some in LDS microfilms); another appendix lists records by parish.



    How to Talk, Eat, and Be a Buckeye or Hoosier
    Growing up American in the Midwest 1920s, 1930s, & 1940s
    Using idioms, colloquialisms, & accents of our German ancestors...many having settled first in Pennsylvania and Maryland or into Ohio or Indiana directly from the old country.

    Many of us grew up learning the pronunciation, inflections of the voice, and the phrases of speech from our parents, neighbors, and teachers. These same sayings and inflections were influenced from our daily life in these small communities. Our phraseology is distinct and familiar to many, but frequently recognizable as different in a mobile society. Others can determine our nativity based upon our speech. Today much of the terminology is fading. Remnants of our "specialness" lurks in the background as occasionally those colloquialisms and idioms break forth from our past while speaking.
  • After supper my sons had to "redd up" (clear away) the dishes from the table and "warsh" (wash) the dishes. [I was using "redd up" when I moved to Michigan abt. 1965, until my MI neighbor asked me what I said my sons were home doing. I still find myself reverting back to "warsh" at times. ASH]
  • My Grandma Lehmann would "warsh" the dishes and boil water so she can "rinsch" (rinse) the dishes, then put them in the "zink" (sink) to dry.
  • When all your work is done you can have a "pop" or "soda pop" from the "Frigidaire." (refrigerator)
  • I would go to the "grocery" to buy a "mango" (a green pepper). ["Mangoes" were sold at Eavey's Supermarket in Anderson, IN. An yet today (2008), one can get an wonderful roast beef sandwich with "mangoes" at Art's Pizza Palace on Broadway in Anderson, Indiana.]
  • My mother made chicken and "pot pie" (flat dumpling dropped in hot chicken broth with chunks of chicken) for "supper" (evening meal) after goin' and comin' from the grocery. [ASH still makes.]
  • Oh, so good was homemade potato soup with "rivels" or homemade beef soup with rivels. [My Michigan friends have never heard of rivels. ASH still makes.]
  • An egg would be added to left over mashed potatoes, mixed, and dropped into frying pan...potato-like pancakes. [ASH still makes.]
  • Grandmother Shields served homemade noodles with chicken for Sunday dinner. [ASH still makes homemade noodles.]
  • Other foods included Grandma Shields fried saurkraut, Rita (Lehmann) Shields' pork with sauerkraut & (dropped) dumplings, Grandma Shields boiled apple dumplings, and Grandma Lehmann's baked apple dumplings.
  • Umm, those "cracklins" at the SHIELDS farm in Piqua, OH as a kid were better than potato chips. (deep-fried chunks of cured pork skins resulting in puffed, light, crispy, tasty curls)
  • After milking the cows in the morning, my Shields grandparents would come in for breakfast which consisted of crushed Saltine crackers dropped into their coffee...coffee soup!
  • Favorite desserts included: Grandma Shields' rhubarb pie, Grandma Shields' sunshine cake (a yellow sponge cake), Grandma Shields' boiled apple dumplings, Rita (Lehmann) Shields' baked apple dumplings, Grandma Shields' pearl tapioca pudding.
  • We'd put pinneys (peonies) on family gravesites for Memorial Day.
  • My dad, Dale Shields, would talk about goin' skinny dippin' in the crick (creek) in Greenville, Ohio when he was young.
  • Let's "walk up the road a piece" and "traipse" through the "woods" on the way home.
  • My parents would tell my sisters and me to "skooch/skootch/scooch over" (sküch) [move a little] so we'd fit in that chair or seat.
  • You'd only have to move that book a "smidgen" (a little) to get the other book on the shelf.
  • If you don't behave, I will have to "tan your hide." (spank your bottom)
  • "That picture is hangin' cattywampus."
  • "I'm gonna' cold-cock him (knock him down) for hurting my brother!"
  • He'll get his "comeuppance." (punishment for bad actions)
  • She sure thinks she is a "highfalutin" person. (pretentious, fancy, pompous, thinks too highly of herself)
  • You're being "cantankerous." (mean spirited, disagreeable, ugly in temperment, testy, "crotchety," "ornery")
  • Look at that "doodad." (doohickey, thingamabob, thingamajig, whatchamacallit)
  • In my early years, we went to the "picture show" with my parents on Saturday night. (movie)
  • Put that in the "cubbyhole." (small compartment of a desk or shelf)
  • Exclamatory remarks might be:
  • "Well, for land's sake!"
  • "Mercy sakes."
  • "Sakes alive!"
  • "I'll be a monkey's uncle!"
  • "Land o' Goshen!"
  • "Heavens to Betsy!"
  • "Lorda mercy."
  • "For cryin' out loud!"
  • Cincinnati was "Cincinnata" and Piqua was "Pick way."
  • (Source: Remininces of ASH growing up in Piqua, Ohio with my English-German maternal grandmother [Mary Catherine (Mills) Lehmann from Shelby Co., OH] and my paternal Irish-German grandparents [Raymond D. Shields & Sarah Margaret Creager from Darke Co. & Miami Co., OH]; July-August 2008, Topic of Conversation on Darke Co., OH Discussion List)



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